Meet Anita Long

anita long

Education

  • Ed.D. Education Leadership and Policy Studies, University of Vermont
  • M.S. Mathematics, University of New Hampshire
  • B.A. Mathematics, Douglass College at Rutgers University
  • P.B.A.C.C. Teaching Certificate, University of Vermont

 

Roles at Landmark College

  • Assistant Professor of Mathematics

 

Academic Interests

  • Engagement in Mathematics
  • Improving Access to Mathematics.
  • Working on NCSER to develop Universal Design oriented Algebra Curriculum

 

Presentations and Grants

  • Flipped, Hybrid, MOOCs and Technology: Can we better engage students with Learning Disabilities? Presented at AAC&U: PKAL, Nov 1, 2013.
  • Using Livescribe Pens in Math Class. Invited to participate in Landmark’s LD symposium: "Diverse Technologies for Diverse Minds." I will be presenting my work on using Livescribe pen to give students access to transcribed solutions to homework problems in College Algebra. Oct 4, 2013.
  • Capacity Building Institute Faculty Panel. Participated by invitation at the panel discussion on using technology in the STEM classroom.  ( http://www.landmark.edu/news/cbi/ ) Apr 8, 2012.
  • Great Beginnings an orientation and training for new instructors at CCV.  Jan. and June of 2001 - present.
  • Teaching Developmental Math a workshop for teachers of Basic Math and Basic Algebra at CCV.  Every May, 2001 - 2004.
  • Mary Jean Simpson Grant to study attitude changes in women in first year chemistry class.  Awarded May 1999. Research presented at National Women’s Studies Conference. June, 2000.
  • Overcoming Math Anxiety,  CCV/Burlington, Feb. 6, 1988, June 18, 1988, Nov 11, 1999
  • Math Workshop for Step-Up Program, January, 1998
  • "Alternative Ways to Certification", National Middle School  Association (NMSA) Annual Meeting, New  Orleans, LA, November, 1995.


Scholarship

  • Engaging and Disengaging: A Qualitative Study of Middle School Girls in Mathematics.  Dissertation defense, October 29, 2010.
  • The Construction of Seating Assignments